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Jeff Bryant, a wise observer of politics and education, offers solace at a time when supporters of public education fear the ascendancy of a Republican President and Congress devoted to privatization of schools.
He reviews the electoral victories for public schools.
Chief among them, of course, were the overwhelming defeat of charter school measures in Massachusetts and Georgia.
Another victory occurred in Washington State, where Bill Gates spent $500,000 into an effort to unseat Supreme Court justices who ruled that charter schools are not public schools. The Justice who wrote that decision, Barbara Madsen, was re-elected with 64% of the vote. Two other incumbents were re-elected.
Montana Governor Steve Bullock, a strong supporter of public schools, was re-elected, running against an advocate of school choice.
California voters passed measures to assure school funding.
One other piece of good news–and these days, any piece of good news is welcome–is that Maine voters narrowly agreed to raise taxes by 3% on upper-income taxpayers, to increase education funding.